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Considering a Hebrew or Jewish baby name for your soon-to-come little one? You’re in luck, because there are tons of great options for both Jewish baby boy names and Jewish baby girl names. You can go the popular but classic route with boys’ names like Ethan, Gabriel, and Jacob and girls’ names like Abigail, Hannah, and Leah. Believe it or not, you’ll also find lots of trendy Jewish baby names in our lists -- think names like Iva, Shiloh, and Tabitha for girls, and Amos, Jadon, and Phineas for boys. There are also the less-popular and more clearly Jewish baby names, of course. Consider Ephraim, Judah, or Reuben for a boy, or Aviva, Chaya, or Simcha for a girl. When you find a name you like, click on it for more information about meaning and rises and falls in popularity. You can also use our innovative baby namer tool to find a more comprehensive list of baby names, and to find new inspiration based on names you already know you like. When you have some ideas in mind, scroll down the page to visit our community message boards. Your fellow Bumpies will help you sort through your ideas and find the perfect name for your soon-to-come little boy or girl.
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